The supporting documentation and evidences to defend SR&ED claims could be any of the followings:
-Project planning documents
-Documents on design of experiments
-Design documents and technical drawings
-Project records, laboratory notebooks
-Design, system architecture and source code (software development)
-Records of trial runs
-Project progress reports
-Photos, emails, notes, logs, invoices, scraps, prototypes
Other evidences or documents might include an account, an agreement, a book, a chart or table, a diagram, a form, an image, an invoice, a letter, a map, a memorandum, a plan, a return, a statement, a telegram, a voucher, and any other things containing information, whether in writing or in any other form.
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